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The boys find out that a former classmate, Trent Boyett, is being released from juvenile detention where he was serving time for arson. No one knows that the boys had something to do with the fire, and Trent wants his revenge. When he comes looking for them, they decide they need some protection.
Mr. Stotch: What happened to him, Doctor?
Dr. Doctor: From the test results, it would appear your child was tortured by a bully. He received a massive snuggie, his underwear pulled up so high it nearly killed him. He also received two Indian sunburns on his forearms, a charley horse on the thigh, and a second-degree titty twister. And from the damage to his head area, it appears he was also given a swirly, a colossal one. It also appears like he received a noogie, and, a Polish bike ride.
Mrs. Stotch: What's that?
Dr. Doctor: We aren't sure. We only know that... there is no cure.
Stan: Dude, sick! I'm not taking a picture of my mom's boobs!
Kenny: (muffled) I'll do it!
Stan: You're not doing it either!
Doctor: Boys, you have to let him rest. Some mean kid gave him a Texas Chili Bowl.
Stan: What's that?
Doctor: It involves Tabasco sauce, a telephone, and the anus.
Visual: Butters' Blanket
When he was a young boy, Butters carried around a blanket just like Linus from Peanuts.
Propane and Propane Accessories
One of the stores on the street sells "Propane and Propane Accessories.' This is a reference to King of the Hill
, in which Hank Hill sells "propane and propane accessories."
Visual: The Punisher
The skull tattoo that is on Trent Boyett's upper arm is similar to The Punisher emblem. The Punisher is a comic book and was made in to a movie in 2004.
Visual: Trent Boyett
The character of Trent Boyett could be based off of many things, but he seems to have been influenced by Robert DeNiro's role of Max Cady in Cape Fear (1991).
The character of Miss Claridge is wheelchair bound and speechless due to the fire. The chair and form of communication is exactly the same as Captain Christopher Pike
used in a two-part Star Trek
episode, "The Menagerie
Warden: (holding up a manila envelope) Everything that you had when you were first brought in here will now be returned. (Cuts open the envelope and dumps it out, giving each item to Trent after he names it) One Crayola eight-pack with crayon sharpener. One pair of plastic round-tipped scissors. One marble, blue. And one switchblade knife with "Kill all betrayers" written on the blade, black.
This scene mimics the film, The Blues Brothers (1980), when Joliet Jake Blues is released from prison.